I am a graduate student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, I study the theoretical side of wildlife ecology. My focus is on the Textural Discontinuity Hypothesis and its application to birds of South Africa. In a nut shell the world is not as random as it looks, and is full of self assembling processes. I also teach after school science lessons to elementary school children. I do this because I believe science allows us to make better structured and rational decisions, which improve the lives of everyone. I am graduating soon and am not entirely sure what path I will take afterward. I have a deep passion for all sciences, and I feel that it is necessary to share it with the rest of the world. Science allows us to think for ourselves and allows us to see the true beauty of the natural world. Sometimes science flies in the face of what we believe in and seems entirely counter intuitive, but if we ignore science we are ignoring our full potential.
-Aaron ALAIFacebook Page